Kabul Innovation Lab Report

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Rachel Maher

In 2012 and 2013 Internews hosted two "innovation labs" in Kabul as part of its USAID-funded "Afghanistan Media Development and Empowerment Project." The events brought together Afghan experts in the fields of information communication technology (ICT), media, government, civil society and business development with a view to incubating new media and technological innovations that would have lasting socio-economic benefits for Afghanistan.

The aims of the innovation labs were to build practical skills and professional networks, to facilitate and incubate business opportunities and to improve access to information via emerging technologies in Afghanistan.

The outcomes and the key recommendations are summarized and discussed in the Kabul Innovation Labs Report.

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